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me and my boyfriend have been having sex without a condom but he always pulls out. if i am taking birth control the same time everyday, which i have been, one day i missed it but took it as soon as i remembered, if he doesn't pull out will that be okay, like will i not get pregnant?
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Using birth control as the only contraceptive can be quite effective, as long as you are taking it correctly. That means taking it around the same time each day, and not having missing or late pills. (However, one missing or late pill shouldn't effect it too much, as long as it's made up.)

So as long as you have been on the pill for more than a month, and have been taking it correctly, you don't really have a risk from this. With oerfect use, the pill is 99% effective, and even with typical use it is still 92% effective.

So yes, he could ejaculate in you and be no problem.

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